Mattress Types

If you haven't shopped for a new mattress in a while, you'll be surprised to find a wide variety of new choices. Just as computer, wireless and electronic technology gets more advanced each year, new developments are continuously being introduced that make the latest model mattresses and foundations a new experience in comfort.


An innerspring mattress uses the support of tempered steel coils in a variety of configurations. Layers of upholstery provide insulation and cushioning between your body and the spring unit.

Pocketed Coil

Pocketed springs are designed to provide support with no motion transfer between sleeping partners. This design allows each pocketed spring to move independentantly and conform to the contours of your body.


Memory Foam

Memory foam was originally designed by NASA for pressure relief and has the unique ability to react continuously to your body's unique shape and weight - creating unparalled cushioning and support for all-night comfort.


Gel mattresses use thousands of gel cells, permanently bonded to memory foam to create a more comfortable, cooler night's sleep. Gel mattresses are designed to deliver superior pressure relief, more breathable, and more targeted support.


A Latex mattress is durable, pressure relieving, hypoallergenic, and breathes to keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Latex instantly conforms to the shape of your body, gently supporting and comforting you all night long.

Organic Wool

Organic wool does what other materials cannot — it wicks away moisture, stays fresh, and acts as a natural fire barrier. It’s also naturally anti-microbial, resistant to dust mites, and offers natural temperature control.